Underbust corset patterns – Lolita –
Underbust corset patterns – LOLITA – and – LOLITA light- are completely free digital patterns for you to play with and explore corsetmaking!
Both models have 6 pattern pieces per side and an optional back modesty panel.
By downloading this pattern, you will receive both – LOLITA – and – LOLITA light – PDF patterns prepared for printing on both Letter and A4 paper formats. Detailed size and measurements chart is located in the excel file.
Also, you will receive a set short set of instructions on what to measure yourself, how to pick a size and how to print this pattern.
You can make as many corsets as you like by using this pattern, and sell them, if you wish to do so.
Measurements and sizes:
While both models have a back lacing gap of 5cm/2“ drafted into the pattern itself, – LOLITA – model has a waist reduction of 10cm/4“ while – LOLITA light – pattern has a 5cm/2“ waist reduction. Rest of the measurements are the same for both models.
(Model in the picture shows the – LOLITA light – model).
- – LOLITA – sizes : 14“ – 46“/ 36cm – 116cm
(corset pattern waist)
- – LOLITA light – sizes : 16“ – 48“/ 41cm – 121cm
(corset pattern waist)
- Natural waist cicrumference : 18“ – 50“/ 46cm – 126cm
- Underbust circumference : 23″ – 55″/ 58,50 – 138,5cm
- Mid Hip circumference : 22.4″ – 54″ / 57,00cm – 137,00cm
For circumference lengths, measure from waist line up and down. is 4“ or 10cm and to mid hip 3.7“ or 9.30cm and all lengths are the same for both corset pattern models.
- Center Front length : 10.7“/ 27,10cm
- Center Back length : 11.30“/ 28,70cm
- Length Underbust : 4″ / 10,00cm
- Length Mid Hip : 3.7″ / 9,30cm
Also, all circumference heights are clearly marked on all pattern pieces making it easier for you to adjust.
Check out my pattern adjustment tutorials on https://www.araneablack.com/tutorial/ for more info on how to alter these patterns for a better fit.
There are no seam allowances added nor does the pattern include any sewing instructions (That might change in the future.).
Dashed lines in the middle of pattern pieces are just approximate placement for optional boning channels. I would highly recommend adding those optional bones (and more if needed) for larger sizes for a more even distribution on force all over the corset but you don’t have to if you don’t want to.
As always, it is highly recommended to make a sloper, mock up or a toile before using “good” fabric.
I wish you the best of luck in tackling this underbust corset project!
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